Composer: Rudolf Friml
Lyricist: Catherine Chisholm Cushing

Opened: February 6, 1922, Springfield, MA
Performances: Closed out of town

L’Amour-Toujours-L’Amour (also used in THE AMBER EXPRESS):

1. 78/Columbia 71698 D (Lily Pons with orchestra conducted by Lily Pons)
2. 78/Gramophone B 8789 (Maxine Sullivan with orchestra conducted by Claude Thornhill) [also 78/Victor 25895; reissued on The Chronological Maxine Sullivan 1937-1938, CD/Classics 963]
3. 78/Majestic 1057 (Jan Peerce)  [also 78/Royale 1781; 78/Philharmonic FR 91; 78/Varsity 164; 78/Music Hall 2013; 45/Varsity 14531]
4. 78/Decca 18365 (Meredith Wilson and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Decca 18106 (Decca Salon Orchestra conducted by Harry Horlick)
6. 78/Decca 127 (Louis Katzman’s Orchestra)
7. 78/Decca 23007 (Raphael, concertina , with accompaniment by Leo Lefleur)
8. 78/Victor 20-2041 (Mary Martha Briney with Al Goodman and His Orchestra)
9. 78/Victor 27309 (Frank Parker and Margaret Daum with Victor Mixed Chorus directed by Emile Cot) [also 78/Victor 27309]
10. 78/Odeon O 8314 (Richard Tauber with orchestra conducted by Ernst Hauke) [also 78/Parlophone R.O. 20402]
11. 78/Victor 26410 (Victor Salon Orchestra conducted by Marek Weber)
12. 78/Victor 9650 (Lewis James with the Victor Salon Orchestra)
13. 78/Classics 219 (unidentified tenor with orchestra)
14. 78/Victor 24329 (Jesse Crawford) [reissued on Pioneers Of The Theatre Organ: Vintage
15. 78/Victor 1478 (Richard Crooks with orchestra) [also 45/Camden CAE 127; reissued on Smilin’ Through, CD/Conifer 215]
16. 78/Masterpiece 8508 (unidentified tenor with orchestra)
17. 45/Decca 9-29150 (Roger Coleman with orchestra directed by Norman Leyden)
18. 45/X 4X-0119 (The Wilder Brothers)
19. 45/Victor 47-4779 (Les Harris)
20. 45/Jubilee 45-5165 (The Four Tunes with the Sid Bass Orchestra)
21. Rudolf Friml Melodies, 45/Decca Album 9-41 (Jesse Crawford, organ) [reissued on Wedding Music, CD/Universal Special Products 20777]
22. Rudolf Friml Plays His Own Unforgettable Melodies, 10”/Decca (M) DL 5389 (Rudolf Friml, piano) [reissued on The Romantic World Of Rudolf Friml, CD/Silva America 9764]
23. A Treasury Of Rudolf Friml, Harmony (M) HL 7116 entitled (Dino Martinelli and His Orchestra)
24. All-American Showcase, London (M) LL 3122/23 (Manotvani and his Orchestra)
25. Allan Jones And Patti Stevens Sing The Best Of Friml, Blue Dolphin BD 711 (Patti Stevens with the Bavarian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Franz Steininger)
26. Stage Musicals: Strike Up The Band, CD/Larrikin D24103 (Joan Sutherland)
27. A Night With Rudolf Friml/Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits, CD/Collectables COL-CD-7581 (Lois Hunt with orchestra conducted by Frank DeVol)
28. When The Feeling Hits You, CD/Collectors’ Choice Music CCM 04902 (Sammy Davis, Jr. with Sam Butera & The Witnesses)
29. Rudolf Friml: Chansonette & Other Works, CD/Arabesque 6562 (Eastman -Dryden Orchestra conducted by Donald Hunsberger)
30. The Bing Crosby CBS Radio Recordings 1954-1956, CD/Mosaic 247 (Bing Crosby)
Radio transcriptions performed by Nino Martini, Frank Parker, and Francia White with Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra are also known to exist.

Unrecorded Material:

Cherchez La Femme
Finale Act III
Have A Little Dance With Me
Merci Beaucoup
Opening Song And Dance
Read Between The Lines
You, You, You